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Researchers at the University of Utah have discovered that high altitude conditions of limited oxygen can produce symptoms of depression in female rats. Their findings may influence how people are treated for depression in the Intermountain West.
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Happy eating: Ingredient to a long life, in your cereal bowl

Jen Christensen, CNN  |  posted Mar 27th - 11:21am
There's good news for those of you who wake up to a bowl of cereal every morning, especially if your go-to choice is high in fiber. Hidden in that favorite box may be a prize better than a plastic toy. It just might hold the key to a longer life, according to a new study.
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Which counties in Utah are the healthiest?

Tracie Snowder  |  posted Mar 26th - 8:51pm
A new report ranks Utah's counties from healthiest to least based on factors from teen birth to smoking to premature death rates in an effort to improve the health of communities around the nation. Where does your county rank?
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Livestream your life with this new app

Jacque Wilson, CNN  |  posted Mar 26th - 4:04pm
If you haven't yet been asked by friends or co-workers to Meerkat, chances are you will soon.
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Learning from Angelina Jolie's genetic testing for our own health

Elizabeth Cohen, CNN Senior Medical Correspondent  |  posted Mar 25th - 8:42pm
You may be more like Angelina Jolie than you think. No, you're not a movie star, but given the pace of scientific advances, you may, like Jolie, be getting a genetic test at some point in your life.
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If you must smoke, do it away from the kids

Nadia Kounang, CNN  |  posted Mar 25th - 11:35am
There is a growing body of evidence that children's exposure to smoking increases their risk of heart disease as an adult.
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What happened to your body by skipping the gym this winter?

K. Aleisha Fetters, CNN  |  posted Mar 24th - 8:28pm
No matter how dedicated you are to fitness, sooner or later, it's going to happen: You're going to skip a workout ... and another ... and another.
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Report projects 45% increase in Utahns with Alzheimer's by 2025

Emilee Bench  |  posted Mar 24th - 7:59am
Report shows many patients are not told by doctors that they have Alzheimer's until disease has taken hold.
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Men's memories worse than women's, especially with age

Sandee Lamotte, Special to CNN  |  posted Mar 23rd - 10:54am
Ladies, science has proven what you've been saying all along: A man's memory is worse than yours. Not only that, but their brains are smaller, at least the part that controls memories.
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Do you suffer more than you have to?

Kim Giles and Tim Eversole, KSL.com Contributors  |  posted Mar 23rd - 6:58am
"My brothers have deeply hurt me and my family, and I've been upset towards them for years. I hear people say all the time "it just takes time to heal." My question is whose time, how much time and how does healing happen?" Coach Kim and coach Tim Eversole explain why some people have a hard time forgiving and show us how a little mindset shift could make it much easier.
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Child with special needs shares powerful message

Jen Jacobson  |  posted Mar 22nd - 9:11am
Although she cannot speak, JulieLynn Reardon earned statewide recognition for an essay she wrote about people with special needs.
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HOPE Squad trains teens to help peers contemplating suicide

Sam Penrod  |  posted Mar 20th - 9:52pm
The Jason Foundation reports that on average over 5,400 American teenagers attempt suicide every day. On Friday, dozens of high school students from around the state gathered for a training session on how they can help their peers.
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